I asked her if it had pricked
her and she said it had stabbed her between the fingers.
Keep the pricked
out seedlings, shielded from draughts and strong sunshine for a couple of days.
People do not check their glucose levels enough mostly due to the fear of being pricked
," he said.
Mr Shilliday was removing a hot water cylinder at a Glasgow flat when his finger was pricked
by the needle.
A Midland woman died days after being pricked
by a rose thorn, an inquest heard yesterday.
Jeanne Harris, 61, pricked
her left finger when pruning roses in her garden on a Sunday afternoon in June last year, her husband said in a statement to the hearing at Cirencester Magistrates Court.
One of them, who is well over 80, is convinced that her MS was caused by a rose thorn that pricked
her finger in Java 60 years ago.
A WOMAN was pricked
by what is believed to have been a hypodermic needle in a crowded Nuneaton pub.
An AIDS scare that has caused mass hysteria in the city of Tianjin has now spread to the capital, where police have vowed to investigate citizens' fears of being pricked
indiscriminately by infected needles.
But as the archbishop's conscience is pricked
by the cries of his oppressed and impoverished flock, the reluctant prophet begins to discover what it means to preach the Good News to the poor in a land torn by injustice and ruled by a few select families.
In the case of the former (spolvero) , the outline of the drawn figure, object, or architectural setting is pricked
through with the point of a needle or stylus at regular intervals.
Alasdair Pennycook accidentally pricked
his finger during a routine lab experiment with a genetically modified version of the virus.